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Thomas Müller: Current Club, Height, Wife, Nationality, Net Worth, Children, Parents, Siblings, Age, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, News, Occupation, Achievements, Wikipedia, Podcast.

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Biography

Thomas Müller was born on 13 September 1989 to the family of Gerhard Muller and Klaudia Muller in Weiheim, Oberbayern Germany. He is a German professional footballer. he plays the role of forwarder for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Germany national team. An all-round player, Müller has been deployed in a variety of attacking roles – as an attacking midfielder, second striker, center forward, and on either wing. Müller is popularly known for his outstanding way of positioning, teamwork, stamina, and work-rate, and has shown consistency in both scoring and creating goals. He is regarded as one of the best off-the-ball players of all time due to his positional awareness. Müller holds the record for the most assists given in the Bundesliga, with 152.

A product of Bayern’s youth system, Müller has represented the club ever since. Between 2009–2010, He made his first-team breakthrough in season after Louis van Gaal was appointed as the main coach; he played almost every game as the club won the league and cup double and reached the Champions League final. Müller scored a total of twenty-three (23) goals in the 2012–2013 season as Bayern won a historic treble, the league title, cup and Champions League. He broke the Bundesliga record for assists by providing 21 in a season (a record in the top five leagues jointly held with Lionel Messi in La Liga) and scored a total number of fifteen 14 goals as Bayern won a second treble in the 2019–2020 season.

Müller earned a call-up to the German national team in 2010. At the 2010 World Cup, he scored five goals in six appearances as Germany finished in third place. He was named the Best Young Player of the tournament and won the Golden Boot as the tournament’s top scorer, with five goals and three assists. At the 2014 World Cup he played a major role in helping the team win the trophy, scoring a total number of five goals and receiving the Silver Ball as the tournament’s second-top player and the Silver Boot as the second-top goal scorer, and was also named in the World Cup All-Star XI and in the Dream Team. In 2014, Müller was ranked the fifth-best footballer in the world by The Guardian. Müller is the most decorated German footballer in history, with a total number of thirty-two (32) trophies. Müller is married to Lisa Trede, a semi-professional equestrian.

Full Name:Thomas Müller
Current club:Bundesliga club Bayern Munich Germany national football team
Born:September 13, 1989
Place of Birth:Weiheim, Oberbayern Germany
Nationality:German
Height:6 feet 0 inches
Parents:Gerhard Muller (father) and Klaudia Muller (mother)
Siblings:Simon
Wife • Spouse:Lisa Trede
Zodiac sign: Virgo
Children: N/A
Occupation:Football player
Net Worth:$55 million.
Achievements: FIFA World Cup Golden Boot – 2010, Bravo Award – 2010, Silbernes Lorbeerblatt -2010

Early Life & Education

Thomas Müller was born on 13 September 1989 to the family of Gerhard Muller and Klaudia Muller in Weiheim, Oberbayern Germany. He grew up in Pähl, a village 30 miles from Munich. He was born with a younger brother named Simon.
In 2000, he joined the local ‘Bundesliga’ team ‘Bayern Munich’ at the age of ten. He trained as part of the youth system of the club. He started his youth career with ‘TSV Pähl.’

He trained with the Under-19s in 2007/2008, he enjoyed a breakthrough season, by scoring total number of eighteen (18) goals in 26 games – and catching the attention of then head coach Jürgen Klinsmann.
A month before his 19th birthday, Müller made his Bundesliga debut and came on as a late successor to Miroslav Klose against Hamburg on the opening day of 2008/0209. He made over 500 appearances for the senior team more than a decade later – but at the time, nothing indicated the outstanding career advancement in which he expected.
Klinsmann left Bayern and was replaced by Louis van Gaal, who immediately recognized Müller’s extraordinary ability. Incredibly, Müller averaged just 28 minutes per game this season, but he made up for Van Gaal’s belief with a total number of thirteen (13) goals and 10 assists, and Bayern scored one goal in the Bundesliga and DFB.
For many years, Müller’s position has been a source of curious debate, but the bottom line is that goals happen while he plays. The Pähl native has reached double figures on six occasions in terms of goals in his 10 full Bundesliga seasons, and eight in terms of assists.
In total, he has scored a total number of one hundred and sixteen (116) goals and 140 assists in 343 games – and remarkably, Bayern have lost just one of their 93 league games in which the goalkeeper has played. “Thomas always scored in training and games,” recalls Hermann Gerland, the youth coach who advised Müller to Klinsmann – and is now in charge of Bayern’s new academy.
While Bayern defended their league title in 2013/2014, Müller’s tactical flexibility led to 13 goals. The summer of 2014 saw Müller appear to win the Bundesliga, the Champions League and the FIFA World Cup – joining former Bayern legends the likes of Gerd Müller, Franz Beckenbauer and the recently retired first president Huns.
Germany traveled to Brazil as one of the tournament’s favorite teams – and there were more expectations than Müller as the 2010 Golden Shoe winner. It was not disappointing Müller repeated his good performance from South Africa with five more goals, including a hat-trick in the first game against Portugal and the first goal in a heavy 7-1 loss to Brazil in the semi-finals.

Personal Life

Thomas Müller was born on 13 September 1989 to the family of Gerhard Muller and Klaudia Muller in Weiheim, Oberbayern Germany. He grew up in Pähl, a village 30 miles from Munich. He was born with a younger brother named Simon. Müller is Roman Catholic. On Christmas Eve, 2008, The player proposed to his better half Lisa trede at his parent’s house and married her in December 2009. His wife is a professional sportswoman. she is perfect in showjumping. They go to Munich’s significant equestrian gatherings together as regularly as Muller’s football responsibilities permit it, in spite of the fact that he openly concedes that watching Lisa contending in the saddle is “more harrowing than being out on the pitch”.
Muller is a footballer who like to let his work on the pitch do the job.
Muller is a philanthropist and a humanitarian. he has additionally given his chance to different ways.
In June 2011, he became an agent for YoungWings, a charity that helps young children who have suffered trauma or bereavement.
Aside football, he is one man who prefers to keep it on the low and would like to spend tranquil energies at home with his partner, who is similarly altogether different from a typical spouse of an athlete.

Career

In 2007, he was part of the ‘Bayern Munich’ youth team that finished as the runner-up in the ‘Under-19 Bundesliga.’ In August 2008, he made his full appearance for ‘Bayern Munich,’ as a substitute in a ‘Bundesliga’ match against ‘Hamburger SV.’ In 2010, He joined the German national team.
Müller first represented his country in 2004, as part of the ‘Under-16’ team of Germany. In November 2007, he was included in the German national ‘Under-19’ team to play against England. He was part of the German national ‘Under-21’ team in 2009 and made his appearance against Turkey in a friendly match, which his team lost. However, in November 2009, he was part of the ‘Under-21’ team that beat ‘San Marino’ 11–0.
In 2009, Louis van Gaal was appointed as the new manager of ‘Bayern Munich and proved to be a great mentor for Müller. In February 2009, Müller joined the senior team of ‘Bayern Munich.’ In March 2009, he made his ‘Championship League’ appearance in the ‘Bundesliga’ match against ‘Sporting CP,’ where he played as a substitute for Bastian Schweinsteiger. His first match proved to be profitable for ‘Bayern Munich,’ and the club won more matches and trophies with Müller as a team member. He was named as the best ‘Bundesliga’ rookie of the 2009–2010 season, with a total number of thirteen (13) goals and 10 assists.
In September 2009, he scored 2 goals against Germany’s top football club ‘Borussia Dortmund.’ He then scored 2 goals against ‘Maccabi Haifa’ and earned the honor of the ‘Bundesliga Player of the Month.’
In March 2010, he played his first match for the German national team, against Argentina. He played as a substitute for Toni Kroos, but his team lost the match 0–1.
After the 2010 ‘World Cup,’ he was part of the ‘Supercup’ match against ‘Schalke 04.’ He scored the opening goal in the 2–0 win. In the 2011–2012 season, in Bayern Munich’s first ‘DFB-Pokal,’ he earned two penalties and was declared the ‘Man of the Match.’ In March 2012, he played his 100th ‘Bundesliga’ match, against ‘FC Nürnberg.’
In the 2012–2013 season, he scored a total number of twenty-three (23) goals to help ‘Bayern Munich’ win a historic treble: the league title, the cup, and the ‘Champions League.’ In the beginning of the 2012–2013 season, he helped the club score their eighth successive win by defeating ‘Fortuna Düsseldorf.’ He also helped his club score a 1–0 win over ‘Lille.’ His outstanding performance in the match against ‘Borussia Dortmund’ helped ‘Bayern Munich’ win the 2012 ‘DFL- Supercup.’
He then signed a two-year contract extension with ‘Bayern Munich.’ After the 2013–2014 season, Müller renewed his contract with ‘Bayern Munich’ and rejected an offer from ‘Manchester United.’ In the 2016–2017 season, his performance helped his team win the 2016 ‘DFL-Supercup’ against ‘Borussia Dortmund.’
Müller scored his first international goal at the 2010 ‘FIFA World Cup,’ against Australia, and led Germany to a 4–0 win. Germany reached the third place in the tournament, and Müller scored a total of 5 goals, which was the highest score of by any player in the tournament, thus winning him the ‘Golden Boot.’ He also earned the honors of the ‘FIFA World Cup Best Young Player’ and the ‘World Soccer Young Player of the Year’ that year.

In ‘Euro 2012,’ Müller started all ten qualifying matches for Germany, with 7 assists. The team reached the semi-final round but lost to Italy.
In the 2014 ‘FIFA World Cup’ qualifiers, he scored Germany’s first goal, against Kazakhstan. He scored his first hat-trick in Germany’s opening match, against Portugal, and led Germany to a 4–0 win. His outstanding performance won him the ‘Man of the Match’ award. He was also included in the ‘World Cup All-Star’ team and the ‘World Cup Dream Team.’ He scored the opening goal in the semifinal match against Brazil and helped Germany score a 7–1 win.
Müller is the third player in history to have scored at least 5 goals in each of his first two ‘World Cups.’ His performance made Germany win the 2014 ‘FIFA World Cup.’ He was awarded the ‘Silver Boot’ for being the second top-scorer and the ‘Silver Ball’ for being the second-best player of the tournament.
He played for Germany at the ‘UEFA Euro’ in 2016, and his team reached the semi-final round of the tournament. However, he remained goal-less in the tournament.

Net Worth

Thomas Müller has worked as a Footballer right from youth. he has accumulated a satisfactory fortune from playing football. Thomas Müller has an astonished net worth of $55 million.

Social Media

Thomas Müller as humble and hardworking as he is discovered that he also has some social media platforms where he can be connected.

  • @Thomas Müller (@esmullert) is his Instagram handle.
  • @Thomas Müller (@esmullert_) is his Twitter handle.

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